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Author Topic: Looking for a payment processor that does AML/KYC  (Read 52 times)
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February 20, 2018, 03:21:30 PM
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I am looking to start a project and I need to receive the payments in fiat in order to pay others definite amounts not subject to market fluctuations. So I want to use the services of a payment processor where people can pay whith any method they want, and the payment processor will give me the money in fiat.

I do not want to focus the limited resources that we have on AML/KYC and storing people's personal information possibly for no reason at all. One of the reasons is that possibly 99.99% of the exisiting methods of identify verification being used by ICOs et al. can be tricked very very easily in so many ways.

Then I read this PDF and it seem on page 7 they mention that some payment processors actually do provide the AML/KYC service. Link to PDF: https://www.finma.ch/en/news/2018/02/20180216-mm-ico-wegleitung/

Can anyone please confirm that this is indeed the case?

And can we really "offset" the responsibility of AML/KYC to someone else while at the same time continue to provide the person-that-we-don't-know with goods and service?
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June 17, 2018, 01:26:28 PM
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Everything I've read seems tosuggest you cna't offset the responsibilty., even worse is most of them just take detials an dpass them on to you to screen. Are you registered with the local data controller? The ones I've seen that do offer KYC/AML are at 20k.
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where is the kyc link
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June 18, 2018, 08:52:56 AM
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I don't think Lee has one. Mine don't have a link, because they won't deal.with just anyone.
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